My A's Tickets: How to Use Digital Tickets

What is Apple Wallet?

Apple Wallet is the built-in virtual wallet for digital event tickets, payment cards, and more. The Apple Wallet is pre-installed on iPhones.

Your Athletics ticket is a Wallet-compatible pass.

Store your ticket in the Apple Wallet app on your iPhone or Apple Watch, as a contactless ticket along with your virtual payment cards, boarding passes, movie tickets, coupons, rewards cards, and more.

Is my iPhone compatible with Contactless Entry?

Contactless entry to the ballpark requires an iPhone with iOS 11 or greater.

To determine your iOS version, tap Settings, tap General, tap About. For the convenience of contactless entry to the ballpark, the "Version" should be 11 or greater.

If you don't have an iOS 11 or greater iPhone, you can still enter the ballpark with a conventional barcode scan, using a paper ticket or a digital ticket displayed on your smartphone, including a pass stored in your Apple Wallet.

Entering the Coliseum with Your Apple Watch

Apple Watch will notify you when you are close to the ballpark on game day.

When you arrive at the gate, tap the notification on your Lock screen to display your ticket as a pass from Apple Wallet.

Authorize your pass by double-clicking the side button on Apple Watch.

Hold your Apple Watch within 4 inches of the contactless reader.

To scan additional passes, swipe to the next pass in your Apple Wallet and present each one to the contactless reader.

Automatic Notification from Your Lock Screen

By default, an iOS 11 or greater iPhone is set to automatically present a lock screen notification as you approach the ballpark on game day. Tapping the notification on iPhone and Watch will reveal the contactless ticket in Wallet

If necessary, before the game, tap the pass in Apple Wallet, then tap the information button to see settings and more information. Enable "Suggest on Lock Screen."

iPhone or Apple Watch will notify you when you are close to the ballpark on game day.

At the gate, tap the notification on your Lock screen to display your pass.

On iPhone, use Face ID or Touch ID to authorize your pass or double-click the side button on Apple Watch.

Then hold your iPhone or Apple Watch within 4 inches of the attendant’s mobile scanner to enter the ballpark.

Accessing tickets on your iPhone or Apple Watch

Typical iPhone setup automatically displays the pass on your Lock screen as you approach the ballpark on game day.

If necessary, select the pass in Apple Wallet, then tap the information button to see settings and more information. Enable “Suggest on Lock Screen.”

iPhone or Apple Watch will notify you when you are close to the ballpark on game day.

When you arrive at the gate, tap the notification on your Lock screen to display your pass (digital ticket).

On iPhone, use Face ID or Touch ID to authorize your pass or double-click the side button on Apple Watch.

Then hold your iPhone or Apple Watch within 4 inches of the NFC reader to enter the ballpark.

Where's my ticket's barcode?

If you have added your ticket to Apple Wallet, you will not see the ticket's barcode. By default, the ticket is enabled for contactless (NFC) validation.

If need be, you can display the ticket's barcode by tapping in the upper right corner of the pass.

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